The University of Windsor is committed to upholding the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) which prohibits discrimination and harassment on the following grounds: race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship , sex , creed (religion), disability , age , marital status, family status , sexual orientation , gender identity and gender expression , receipt of public assistance  (in accommodation only), and record of offences (in employment only).
Resolution of Complaints:
- A safe environment to voice concerns should one feel they have been treated unfairly, discriminated against or harassed (Code-related)
- Investigate and manage the fact-finding process for complaints in a consistent, timely and fair manner
- Assist those involved in disputes or complaint resolutions to acquire needed assistance or support
There are three processes available at the University for dealing with human rights issues:
- informal complaint process
- mediated resolution
- formal complaint process
What is Our Commitment to Confidentiality?
Concerns brought to our Office are handled in a confidential manner. The discreet disclosure of information may be necessary to gather the facts or implement and/or monitor the terms of a resolution.